Influence Of atmospheric conditions on ‘Bloomed’ Optical Instruments

  • C.S Rao Technical Development Establishment (Instruments and Electronics) Dehradun.
Keywords: atmospheric conditions, Influence, Bloomed optical instruments, antifungle

Abstract

When light passes from one transparent medium to another, having an index of refraction different from the former, part of the light is transmitted through the second medium & part of it is reflected back at the boundary surface between the two media (Fresnel's reflection).

Author Biography

C.S Rao, Technical Development Establishment (Instruments and Electronics) Dehradun.

Technical Development Establishment
(Instruments and Electronics)

Senior Scientific Officer

References

Lord Rayleigh Scientific paper papers, vol. 1,P. 461;vol. 6, P.71

Jour. Opt. Soc. Am., Vol. 26, P. 73 (1936)

Phys. Rev., Vol. 36, P. 391 (1939),

Published
2013-01-01
How to Cite
Rao, C. (2013). Influence Of atmospheric conditions on ‘Bloomed’ Optical Instruments. Defence Science Journal, 1(1), 10-16. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.1.3286
Section
Electronics & Communication Systems